, "weight loss"
, "health care team"
, "People of color"
, "African American"
, "raw foods"
, "American Diabetes Association"
, "Josline institute"
, "puerto rican"
, "low blood sugar"
Did you know that thin type 2 people exist? Well, yes they do. The media would have you to believe that every person who is type 2 are all overweight, and lead unhealthy lifestyles. There is a huge genetic component to diabetes that most people in the medical community over look. We now know that it is possible to get either type 1 or 2, regardless of age, weight, or ethnicity. Sadly tape 2 people are often looked at as lazy & inactive, but in actuality, I know a lot of very physically active type 2â²s (both thin and large). Till this very day, a lot of doctors donât believe that thin type 2 people exist, and alot of it has to do with what I call âdiabetic labelsâ and stereotypes. Because of this, a lot of diabetics canât get the appropriate help they need, because of the mindsets that is extremely prevalent in the medical community.
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